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NEW WAR HOSPITAL
NEW TORK. Oct 11 .A war hospital
to be conducted entirely by women and
for the treatment of wounded soldiers
returning from France Is to be estab
lished here. It wasannounced by women
physicians. The women are preparing
alio to start a campaign to raise J2C0,
000 to re-open the New York Infirmary
for Women and Children, which gives
free service to the poor of the lower
In the new war hospital, tfcej first to
be opened by women, all the physicians,
surceons. nurses, laboratory workers,
anaesthetists, radiographers and other
expert help will be women. AH ihe
equipment for the hospital. Including
one hundred beds, the bedding, linen,
medical and surgical Instruments and
furniture, has been purchased and is
ready to be used as soon as the return
ing wounded require this additional
Enlist as oar Botdlers Do,
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L U. 5. Food Administration license No. G-04638
10 Week-End Specials
U. S. No. 1.
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Beef Liver aa8-"- lb. 18c
California, at the
Special Price, 3 lbs.
MONTREAL, Canada, Oct 11. Lord
fchaughnesay remains chairman of
the Canadian TacHlc Railway. E. W.
Beatty Is new president. At a meeting
of the directors held in Montreal to
day. Lord Shaughnessy, after twenty
years of office, retired from the presi
dency of the Canadian Pacific Rail
way, although still retaining the posi
tion of chairman, so that while re
lieved of executive duty, he will con
tinue to serve with his counsel and
This change is due to Lord Shaugh
r.tssy's conviction that In view of the
extensive program planned by the
Canadian Pacific for the period of re
construction after the war, the best
Interests of the company would be
served if a younger man were to as
sume the active direction of so large
and complete a system.
E. W. Beatty. the new president, has
ocen vice president and general coun
sel. also director, for several years.
Sir George Bury, on account of III
health, is retiring from the position
of vice-president, and Grant Halt, who
has been vice-president in charge of
western lines, has been appointed in
IN SHOW LOYALTY
When Casper Metx, of the Stste of
New Jersey, himself a veteran of the
Franco-Prussian war, was notified
that his son. William, fighting with
the American army, had been missing
since July 15, he expressed nothing
but pride that his boy had bean able
to serve so well the cause of democ
racy. Regarding his own service In
the Franco-Prussian war. Mom said
it was an endless regret to him that
he had fought in the war which
helped Germany gain power for the
This is not an Isolated case.. The
lists of casualties from the battle
fields of France, containing many
names of soldiers of German descent
s lending a new dignity to citizens of
German birth in this country. On
July 4. in a patriotic parade held In
N'ew York, a float labeled "Tne Pillar
of Fame and containing the names
of 250 American soldiers of German
blood who have been killed in the
war. raised a storm of enthusiasm
imong Americans of all nations, and
races. Since then the papers dally
report not merely the casualties of
Americans of German blood, but also
deeds of heroism on the part ot sol
diers and officers ot the German race.
TO TRY VI NAN
WHO RESIST DRA
i Sweet Potatoes
Fancy No. 1 Stock.
Our Own Make, Frankfurt, ft 9Ap
or Bologna Style. AUt 31
A War Measure;
Electricity Saves Both
Tomorrow, Oct. 12
Is Liberty Loan Day
And in compliance with our
fixed policy of giving to the
Government our fullest co-operation,
This Office Will Be Closed
Only such Employes as are
necessary to care for emerg
ency calls will be on duty.
In Ihe Interest of the Public Health,
Residence Demonstration of Appliances
Will Be Discontinued for the Present
This course has been deemed advisable as a measure of
precaution and co-operation with the "Health Department"
in their magnificent fiffht to check the prevailing epidemic.
Persons desiring a demonstration of any of our ap
pliances will kindly call at our Salesrooms. Fourteenth
and C Sts. N. W.
Potomac Electric Power Co.
14th and C Streets N. W.
AMD .T .
CHARLOTTESYIL1.I:, Vs.. Oct 11.
W. D. Shepherd and J. A. Davis, near
Scottsvllle, this county, of draft ace
who have refused Xo register, and F
A. Fowler, an older man, who it Is
alleged persuaded them to refuse to
do so, will be tried before Judge Hen
ry C McDowell at the November term
of the United States court.
They allege they are opposed to
war and cannot conscientiously rec-
llster, because of their religious belief.
which they allege la founded on the
commandment, "Thou shalt not kill."
They call their cult tho "Followers of
Christ," and from their rather con
fused statement there are only a few
members In the country.
Shepherd and Davis came here last
March from I'oundlnff Mill section,
Tazewell county, and purchased a
farm for $4,500 -Preacher" Fowler
soon followed them ana rented nine
or ten acres of land from J. B. Brock -cnborough.
Fowler was held by United States
Commissioner C E. Gentry under the
clause In the espionage act. making It
an offense to. obstruct the draft or
recruiting and enlistment.
Commissioner pentry heard the
ca-es of Shepherd and Davis and ex
plained the law as to their furnish
Ins bail for tlie.r appearance at th"
next term of the Federal court hero
on November 1 1. and they at first signl-
ed their wish to do this But after
being returned to Jail and conferring
with Fouler they declined to glva
bond and are still held in jail.
BRISTOL Ya Oct 11 Sultan, the
big lion with a circus showing here,
escaped from his cage at the noon
hour, created a panic on the show
ground and mangled two horse be
fore he was captured and returned to
Scores of people on the ground fled
when they saw the animal dart from
his cage toward a small tent to one
side of the grounds Some ran across
the fields, others climbed tent poles
and some left the spot in automobiles
After clawing two clrcua horses and
running every one from the scene the
beast stalked into an adjoining field
and sat down. Organized by the ani
mal trainer, a group of showmen ap
proached him with nets and ropes and
after a brief struggle made him
STABBED, SHERIFF KILLS
PORTLAND. Ore. Oct. 11. Deputy
Sheriff Taylor, of Multonomah county.
Ii recovering from nine ttab uuunds,
and a man Identified as Art Hendrlclc
son. alias A. Hill, Is dead, following
a light between the two.
llendrlckson had considerable
; money hidden in Ills shoes. It Is be
lieved he may liavo been one of a
gang that robbed the postofTlce at
Thomas, Lynn count.
Woman War Worker
Is Denied Permission
To Shift Fnraitare
These are the halcyon days far
landlords and landladies. How's
"I rent a room In Chevy Chase,"
related a woman war worker.
The furniture Is none too good.
I didn't mind paying a stiff price,
as I know rooms are scarce.
"1 rearranged the furnlturs to
suit myself. On my return I
found the chairs placed where
they were originally. I changed
them again. The woman from
whom I rent the room stopped me
in the hall and Informed me she
wanted the furniture left where
she had placed It, because any
other arrangement would wear
out the carpet."
SWAPS CROSS FOR SMOKES
A BRITISH PORT, Oct. 10 German
prisoners who have arrived here show
a surprising depreciation of the once
coveted Iron Cross. One of them
traded his decoration for a cigarette.
CLINTON. 111., Oct. 11. Robert
William Entwistle. aged thirty-five,
of this city, was a pauper a month
ago. Now Kntwlstle ranks among
the Idle rich. Kntwlstle formerly
wrestled with trunks for a living. He
found It hard to make botn ends
meet An aged and Infirm mother
didn't help matters any. So when th'e
business of smashing baggage got
dull he picked up oddJobs about Vie
One day. while cleaning out a cellar
for a more fortunate fellow-cltlzen, a
mailman handed him a letter. It was
postmarked Cincinnati, Ohio. Care
lessly placing It In his pocket, he spat
upon his hands and went on shovel
ing. Arriving home that evening, he
recalled the letter. With fils mother
peering over his shoulder he opened
"Tour uncle. "William Entwistle,"
the letter read, "has died and be
queathed hla entire fortune of $118,
000 to you."
But riches did not alter his view of
life. Entwistle declares he will con
TOO TALLFOR ARMY
OES SrOINES. Iowa. Oct- 11. Ex
treme) height is expected to ke-p Ber
nard Coyne, of Des Moines, out of the
army. Just twsn.y-one jeara o he
la eight feet one inch talL and still
growing;. Recently he registered un
der ths selective draft, but military
men say he will nut be accepted. He
would prota-a-whlte elephant" e ths
quartermaster, aa he wears a No. 2J
shoe and clothes In proportion. Touag
Coyne was born In Woodbury ruunty.
Iowa, and neither or his parents Is ef
morer than average height.
Bark the Flghtlog Mem with TW
Dr. Smith Dentists, Inc.
Formerly Located at 7th and E Sts. N. W,
Reliable as 107 7.I
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On Account of Your Teeth-
Perhaps you. tike many others, are dally embarrassed In socltl
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Set of Teeth $5.00 op
Gold Fillings 75c up
Silver Fillings 50c up
Cold Crowns FeT Tooth. S3. 54. SS
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DR. SMITH DENTISTS (Inc.)
437 7th St. N. W.
llu. n.iw. a A. IL I. P. It. Snsdir. ta 3.
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